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Senator Kihika plans to sponsor a top KCPE student doing menial work in order to raise fees.

Susan Kihika, senator of Nakuru county, has promised to cover the school tuition of a top KCPE candidate who resorted to doing menial jobs to raise money for her secondary school admission.

Christine Wambui Irungu, who obtained an admission letter from Alliance Girls after scoring 403 on the SAT, was on the verge of dropping out due to financial constraints.

Kihika vowed to sponsor the youngster throughout her high school education in a statement released on Tuesday, April 26.

"I'm trying to track down this amazing young lady. Is there anyone who can assist me in contacting her or her family? From Form 1 to Form 4, I would be honored to finance her education "she sent out a tweet

Christine, a 14-year-old student from Maombi Primary School in Nakuru County, was named the top student.

"I put forth a lot of effort to get into Alliance Girls High School. I'm going to use every talent I must get into the school. My parents are unable to provide for me since they do not have sufficient funds "In an interview with Nation, she stated.

She went on to say that her parents were struggling to cover her necessities, but that she would not give up her dream of joining the Alliance Girls.

"I'll undertake basic manual labor at home to make money and relieve my parents' financial strain," she continued.

Christine claimed she raises money for her expenses by growing veggies and selling them at the neighboring Kabazi shopping center.

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